Tableau D’Hôte Theatre’s Play Follows a Couple Through the Years of Their Lives
“When you’re in a couple, what do you forget about each other while you spend years together?” said Mathieu Murphy-Perron, artistic and executive director of Tableau D’Hôte Theatre.
The Women-Fronted Bands Invite Dialogue and Connection
“I’m warming you up for July Talk and Metric,” said local musician Murray A. Lightburn as he gazed over the audience—the acoustic set struck a chord, bringing a certain softness that curbed the edges of a crowd ready to rock.
Canadian Burlesque Star Judith Stein Tells Her Story
Is there a better way to experience the glittery, strange, extravagant, and sometimes absurd neo-burlesque scene in Montreal than to visit the Bagel Burlesque Expo?
Festival Review: Program One of Revolution They Wrote Explores Diverse Intersectionality Through Art
A Peek Into the Fifth Annual Short-Works Feminist Festival
The vibrant Revolution They Wrote Festival featured a slew of plays painted with the theme of intersectional feminism.
People Empowered, Highlighting Diversity Through Visual Art
Revolution They Wrote, an intersectional feminist festival, started off their series of events with a captivating vernissage.